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cheaper. >> reporter: attorney co founded the disability rights in education defense fund. >> for parents there is an absolute feeling of betrayal. the system is not working the way it is supposed to work. >> it is an emotional issue. >> reporter: the interim superintendent for morgan hill unified. while he was not on staff during jane's case he says the district has worked to improve special ed services including offering $2,000 hiring bonuses to recruit qualified special ed teachers. >> districts sometimes actively delay or deny the services to students. as an administrator have you seen that and why does it happen? >> i have seen that. i don't believe that that is ethical. it is not professional. >> reporter: he says funding is a challenge for all districts. the federal government is supposed to pay for 40% of special ed services but on average only chips in 17%. he says tight budgets are no excuse to delay or deny services. >> equity doesn't mean everybody gets the same. equity means everybody gets what they deserve to help make them the most successful. >> reporter: robin hanson righ
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